Too many players focus on the strike ball and do not spend enough time practicing how to pick up spares. This can prevent improvement in their score. Coaches Rod Ross and Michelle Mullen outline three components to picking up that pesky corner pin. Watch this video to learn how angle, swing and ball reaction can help you pick up those spares.
When two pins are stacked one in front of the other on a spare shot it’s known as “Double Wood” in bowling. For right handed bowlers, it is the 2-pin and 8-pin and for left handed bowlers it’s the 3-pin and 9-pin. The “sleeper” in “double wood” is behind the pin that is in front…Watch Now >>
For beginner and intermediate bowlers, the 3-6-9 spare system is a great way to quickly get lined up to make spares on both sides of the lane. In this free video lesson, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, teaches right-handed bowlers how to hit the 2, 4, and 7 pins consistently. Getting Started…Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Mike Nyitray provide you with a few bowling techniques for creating leverage because it is one of the most misunderstood techniques out there for bowlers. Learn how leverage comes in many shapes and sizes. Find out what leverage is specifically referred to and why it is so important for bowlers.…Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Monce provide in swing bowling tips and teach you how to use your non-bowling side to your advantage. Learn how to position your non-bowling side correctly to ensure your delivery is strong at the end. Also, see how using your non-bowling side can help your bowling side free up…Watch Now >>